Selection line

Selection line,

Definition of Selection line:

  1. An area in a warehouse from which items are selected during order picking. Ideally stock-keeping units (SKUs) should be labeled and arranged in the warehouse area to create a selection line system that makes it easier for personnel to locate and pull the desired items quickly and with minimal errors for a high level of accuracy in order fulfillment. For example, two different SKUs that are often ordered together might be stocked in the same selection line area. Also called pick line.

Meaning of Selection line & Selection line Definition